Ceramic Coating

Additional layer of protection. 

Ceramic Coating
*Pricing will vary depending on the condition of the vehicle*

Body Coating Packages

Lite (2-Year Coating) Starts at $400

Plus (4-Year Coating) Starts at $700

Satin (4-Year Coating) Starts at $700

Premium (8-Year Coating, Self-Healing) Starts at $900

Interior Coating

(2-Year Coating) Starts at $400

Glass Coating

(2-Year Coating) Starts at $200

Wheel Coating

(3-Year Coating) Starts at $300

Brake Caliper Coating

(3-Year Coating) Starts at $200

Trim Coating

(1-Year Coating) Starts at $100

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What is Ceramic Coating?

To understand ceramic coatings, it’s helpful to first look at the most common paint-protection products. 


Wax is organic and the most affordable, available in various forms ranging from an old-school paste to a quick-and-easy spray. For decades, “waxing” a car has been synonymous with keeping it looking shiny and new. Unfortunately, wax isn’t terribly durable and, therefore, should be applied multiple times per year. Some companies claim otherwise but environmental contaminants and even a harsh soap can easily break through that thin wax barrier. Sealants, on the other hand, are synthetic and developed to last several months. They are easily applied, though typically don’t offer the same deep shine one gets from a quality wax.Both are outmatched by a ceramic coating. This silica-based liquid polymer is applied by hand and cures to form a protective layer that, when properly maintained, can be effective for several years. Essentially a hard shell, ceramic coating will prevent water stains, road grime, bird droppings, and other substances from reaching and harming the paint. With a quick rinse, they’ll simply slide right off.


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